Canada's Darcy Sharpe topped a Snowboard World Cup podium for the first time since 2015 in Calgary ©Getty Images

Canada's Darcy Sharpe earned his first International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup victory since 2015 with a slopestyle triumph on home ice in Calgary, and the United States' Julia Marino made it back-to-back victories in the discipline.

Sharpe produced a sublime performance in the men's final on the Winsport Slopestyle course, scoring 88.85 to win by more than six points.

Slopestyle leader Dusty Henricksen of the US placed second with 82.66, and Cameron Spalding of Canada earned a first podium finish with 77.33, staving off a 76.80 effort from Japan's Taiga Hasegawa.

Olympic silver medallist in the slopestyle Marino followed up her home victory in Mammoth Mountain on February 3 with a superb performance in the final.

She scored 78.36, forcing Canadian Pyeongchang 2018 silver medallist Laurie Blouin to settle for second with 76.41 and fellow home favourite Jasmine Baird for third with 76.21.

Henricksen continues to lead the men's slopestyle standings with 260 points, with Australia's Valentino Guseli his closest challenger on 165.

Guseli lost ground after placing sixth in Calgary.

Sharpe is third overall on 104.

In the women's slopestyle standings, Marino holds a comfortable lead with 213 points ahead of Japan's Reira Iwabuchi, who remains on 130 after missing the event in Calgary.

Miyabi Onitsuka of Japan is third overall on 108 after placing fourth in the Canadian resort.

There is one more slopestyle event scheduled on the Snowboard World Cup circuit, at Silvaplana in Switzerland on March 26, following on from the FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships in the Georgian resort of Bakuriani, where slopestyle competitions are scheduled for February 27.